DGT Releases Third Party Results
|October 19, 2012||Posted by Jack Cole under Defkalion|
Defkalion Green Technologies has released a preliminary report by one group of international testers on their website. The name of the group was blacked out in the report. Conclusions from the report were as follows:
1. Defkalion was able to demonstrate an excess of energy.
2. They were able to demonstrate that they canfully control the reaction: starting
it, stopping it, increasing and decreasing it.
3. They were able to demonstrate that the reaction is dependent on hydrogen gas.
4. The contents of the reactor were removed and weighed to be 59 grams of mass,
most of which was a ceramic encasement. Therefore, the reaction appears to
produce more energy than a chemical reaction from a known amount with an
equivalent mass; implying a nuclear reaction is involved.
5. There were error bands associated with all data obtained which have not yet
been completely established. These will need to be addressed in a detailed
analysis of this data.
6. It is my opinion that Defkalion is sincerely attempting to accurately measure
and demonstrate the performance of their technology with confidence that
they can achieve a COP >1 for a long enough period to exclude any possibility
of a chemical reaction.
It was also mentioned in the report that they were able to achieve a COP of >3 with more aggressive triggering of the reaction. DGT also released two related videos. It is mentioned that the other two international groups plan to publish their results in peer-reviewed journals. DGT seems to be continuing on a better path of openness, and seem to be learning from past mistakes.